AN161midterm3_2006 - Name Section Anthrbio 161 Midterm...

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Name ______________________ Section ______________________ Anthrbio 161 Midterm November 17, 2006 Please read instructions and each question carefully. Be sure to write your name and section on the exam and on the scantron . The exam has seven pages; check now to make sure you have all the pages . The exam totals 50 points and you have 50 minutes to complete it. Part I: Slide identification (5 points) 1. ______________________________ 2. ______________________________ 3. ______________________________ 4. ______________________________ 5. ______________________________ Part II Multiple Choice (25 points; spend a maximum of 25 minutes on this section). Answer the following multiple-choice questions by shading in the best possible answer on the accompanying scantron sheet. There is only one correct answer for each question. 1. Potassium-argon dating is used on:
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